The president of the Islamic Republic of Iran handpicked by Ayatollah Khamenei touched down for the UN General Assembly.
Protests erupted across Iran after a 22-year-old woman died after reportedly being beaten by police.
The State Department told Newsweek it "will continue to pursue JCPOA talks as long as we believe doing so is in the interest of U.S. national security."
Opposition group the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran MEK told Newsweek Ebrahim Raisi's presence in New York "is an affront" to the U.N.
Ebrahim Raisi said that there are "some signs" that the Holocaust happened and called for more research into the matter.
Britain's Ministry of Defense said that Moscow was using Iranian drones for the first time.
It is the first time Ukrainian armed forces have said that they have encountered an Iranian-supplied weapon during the war with Russia.
Holding Tehran accountable for its malign behavior is the most appropriate approach.
U.S. Defense Undersecretary Colin H. Kahl said Moscow exhibits a "dangerous and reckless power."
"The United States is committed to strictly enforcing our sanctions against both Russia and Iran," one U.S. official said.
Russian Foreign Ministry official Alexander Darchiev said in August that a U.S. designation as a state sponsor of terrorism would cross a "point of no return."
"But we do not know the quality of its production because Iran [made it] from contraband parts because the country is under sanctions," Yuriy Ignat said.
Biden's new nuclear deal is a near total victory for Iran over the United States.
The U.S. Navy released footage of a support ship from Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy towing the drone vessel.
The Pentagon confirmed that Russia has imported hundreds of Iranian drones as the war in Ukraine intensifies in Crimea and Kherson.
The National Security Council's John Kirby said Iranian drones provided to Russia had been "newly introduced to the fight" in Ukraine.
You might be forgiven for thinking the Biden administration is beginning to take seriously Israel's worries about a nuclear Iran.
A deal would secure important nuclear nonproliferation benefits, including reviving Iran's permanent commitment stated on the first page of the deal to "ensure the exclusively peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear program."
Stronger deterrence is needed to bring Iran back to the negotiating table for a remade nuclear arms deal, Israeli officials say.
U.S. intelligence officials said last week that Iran might be giving Russia new drones as the U.S. and U.K. continue providing Ukraine military aid.
Peter Strzok said Sunday that any "competent foreign intelligence" including China's, Russia's, and Iran's would want to gain access to Trump's Florida home.
"The focus on sunsets is a red herring," a White House National Security Council spokesperson told Newsweek. "The deal blocks every pathway to a weapon."
Iran will not quickly end its hostility toward Bahá'ís and other religious minorities.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Nasser Kanaani said "the continued presence of American troops in parts of Syria is against international laws."
The U.S. is expected to respond to the draft, proposed by the EU soon, while an official recently said Iran has dropped some of its key demands.